H&M's Fourth Of July Sale Is For A Good Cause

by Kali Borovic
Courtesy H&M

While other brands are having major savings, H&M's Fourth of July 2017 sale is a little different. While you'll still get the best deals on tons of items, there's a charitable angle as well, so you can give and get at the same time. Like all good things, this deal won't be around forever though. Here's everything you need to know so you can make the most of your holiday shopping.

When it comes to sales, the bigger the better, and H&M knows it. According to their website, the brand is having a Summer Sale in-store and online with items up to 70 percent off. I'm talking everything from camisoles and dresses to sweatshirts and jacket for as low as $4. Not to mention all the sales in the kids' and mens' sections as well. No matter who your shopping buddy is this weekend, there's something for them.

They go way above and beyond the typical seasonal deals though. On top of the Summer Sale, H&M also teamed up with Girl Up — the United Nations Foundation’s adolescent girl campaign — for a t-shirt collab. If you buy either of the two shirts from now until the Fourth of July, H&M will donate $1 to the organization.

Tank Top With Printed Motif, $10, H&M

The collab offers two different girl-power designs — the tank top that says "You Go Girl" and a plain white tee that reads "Girls Support Each Other." The Girl Up tops might not be a part of the sale, but they're still super affordable. Whether you're looking to shop the tank top of the graphic tee, both at $10.

The deals don't stop there, either. If you spend $40 or more, you can get free shipping with the code 0040. With the amount of items up for grabs during the Summer Sale, you'll have no problem stocking up your virtual cart to hit the shipping amount.

T-Shirt With Printed Text, $10, H&M

Honestly, there's so much to see on the website that it might take you all weekend long. You should probably stop what you're doing and get to shopping before it's too late.